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November 12, 2019

Rajant Honors Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors with Veterans Day Philanthropy

Rajant Corporation, the exclusive provider of industry-leading Kinetic Mesh wireless networks, hosted its sixth annual Veterans Day celebration in support of Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors at Rajant’s headquarters in Malvern, Pennsylvania last evening from 6 PM to 9 PM.

During the event, Rajant co-founder and CEO, Robert Schena, presented a $15,000 donation to Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors Inc., an independent, statewide nonprofit organization through which 96 percent of all donations go directly to veterans in need of financial support and their families. The donation comes from a $10,000 contribution from Rajant in the name of the company’s annual golf tournament winners, and a $5,000 gift from Rajant manufacturing partner EFE.

Rajant Corporation is focused on honoring and remembering the selfless service of soldiers, who protect our country’s freedom. Annually at Rajant’s Partner Summit in April, attendees enjoy a friendly golf competition where all golfers share the focus on United States veterans as they play. Winner prizes are graciously paid forward with the knowledge their earnings will go to a worthy cause come November. This year’s Partner Summit golf winners, who were also acknowledged for their sportsmanship and charitable passing of prize money, are Steven Griggs, Ryan Griggs, Allan Hubble, and Phil Hendrickse.

Celebrations featured a buffet dinner by Italian Chef Ginerva Antonini as well as live ten-piece band music with brass section. Guest speakers included:

  • Steve Berman – Director of Fundraising for “No Dog Left Behind”
  • Melissa Shusterman – 157th State House District
  • Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon – 5th District of Pennsylvania
  • State Senator Andy Dinniman
  • Steve Barrar – 160th Legislative District, Chair of Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee

On hand to receive the donation from Rajant and EFE was Lt. Colonel Frank Sajer, Board Member of Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, Inc. Lt. Colonel Sajer is a decorated combat veteran with over 20 years of service. He commanded a Military Transition team in Fallujah, Iraq. He was awarded the combat infantry badge and the Bronze Star for actions while deployed.  He is the son of Major General Gerald T. Sajer, who was a Veteran with over 49 years of military service and 48th Adjutant General of Pennsylvania.